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Cars line up at the Pima Community College West Campus COVID-19 testing site in Tucson on Jan. 24, 2022. Employees of the clinical service provider eTrueNorth staffed the site.

Two COVID-19 testing sites funded by Federal Emergency Management Agency opened last week to mitigate the shortage of rapid testing in Pima County, a problem that’s especially acute for businesses and public schools. Read more»

The Tucson Citizen website as it appeared for months this year, superimposed over a list of stories posted from its final print edition, May 16, 2009.

After vanishing at the beginning of the year, a small fraction of the former online archive of the Tucson Citizen has been restored — but more than 200,000 stories are still unavailable. "No more than 'better than nothing,'" a former staffer called it. Read more»

A current view of the Tucson Citizen website, superimposed over a list of stories posted from its final print edition, May 16, 2009.

The bare-bones remnants of the Tucson Citizen's online archive vanished from public view weeks ago, and corporate staff have given conflicting accounts about whether hundreds of thousands of news stories will ever be accessible again. Read more»

A screenshot of the archive of the final edition of the Tucson Citizen.

A visit to the home page of the Tucson Citizen still displays a notice that parent company Gannett Inc. pulled the plug on the website of the shuttered newspaper, but a skeleton of the text archives is available for those who can find it. Read more» 5

A terse announcement replaced all of the pages of the TucsonCitizen.com site Friday.

Four and a half years after the press of the Tucson Citizen rolled for the final time, the final employee of what became a blogging site was laid off Friday. Newspaper chain Gannett announced that the website would become an archive, letting go sportswriter Anthony Gimino (for the second time) and shutting down the site. Read more» 7